The Arizona Pediatric Quality Improvement Institute (APQII) is a center of excellence for improving pediatric health outcomes across the state through quality improvement and continuous medical education efforts. Located at the Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, APQII identifies the needs of pediatric professionals across the state to support their work and set the standard for pediatric health care in Arizona.
The program offers:
· A Dedicated Team - each quality improvement project is assigned a dedicated team including a Medical Director, Pediatric Physician Lead, and dedicated staff support who work with project participants from beginning to end.
· Variety of learning - through webinars, online trainings and certifications, in-person presentations, tele-echo projects, and learning collaboratives, participants find the project that best fits their learning style, availability, and needs.
· Statewide opportunities - bringing opportunities to both urban and rural areas, APQII delivers an array of opportunities to pediatric professionals serving children across the state, ensuring every child receives the best care every time.
· Quality - As a chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the nation’s leading organization committed to attaining optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents and young adults, we follow the same high quality standards pediatric professionals know and expect from AAP.
Through ongoing and shared learning experiences, with opportunities to learn from local and national experts, APQII helps you create measurable outcomes by supporting you and your team in providing the best possible care.
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Vision Screening Training:
Vision Screening Training is not currently available. There is no requirement for an ADHS vision screening certification until the vision screening rules are in place, and screening should continue as usual until further notice.